Bio & Resumes
Tracy Soren is a writer, producer, and comedian living in Queens. She's also been known to *direct*.
She has created content for companies like The New Yorker, WhoHaha, and THINX. Her work has been featured on TIME, Buzzfeed, The Huffington Post, WhoHaha, someecards, HelloGiggles, Cosmopolitan, Funny or Die, Elite Daily, Backstage, Indiewire, UCB Comedy, and more. Tracy directed the Above Average series, "Kindergarten Teacher Explains," Comedian Phoebe Stonebraker's sketch show, "Young Bitch: A Figure Skating Story," and Megan Sass' "The F Word". Most recently, she was a Showrunner, Writer, and Producer for the Airtime App's programming network, Airtime Now, that featured 30 live mobile video shows on a weekly basis.
Tracy has been featured on TRUtv's Impractical Jokers, Bravo series "Guide To...," Teen Vogue's "Ask A Comedian," as a host Refinery29's Facebook Live, guest on BRIC, and Elite Daily's "Generation whY". Using her killer Upright Citizens Brigade education, you can catch catch her doing stand-up, improv, and sketch at venues around the city.
Tracy realized she loves writing after having way too much fun writing her college essay. As a freelance writer, her work has appeared on sites like PureWow, Reductress, Slop Sandwich, Seed & Spark, and Mashable.
Her other passions include cooking, finding the best piece of lox in New York, and being one of those schmucks who takes pictures of their food.